Hi there, I was hired last week as a preloader. Today was my third day of work, packaging all the boxes onto the trucks. I have a few questions in regards to technique: Right now my manger has me on the end of the conveyor belt doing 4 trucks. Since its at the end of the belt though, I don't have to worry about missing them and backing up people behind me. I've been improving in terms of rate and speed but my supervisor keeps telling me that: -I'm not moving fast enough -I'm spending too much time on the trucks I am doing my best, but grabbing packages for four different trucks and having to circle/mark the truck number on the label is a hassle. I also waste too much time figuring out where to put the boxes on the shelves since she stresses that they MUST be in order. Also the "Chinese markers" (which are a glorified crayon, only more brittle) constantly go dull or break, making me become even slower! Anyway, after only three days my supervisor tells me that "she is going to put me up on the belt" meaning I do have 1 less truck but I have to grab all the packages before they back up the people behind me. What is a good method for this since I get yelled at anytime I start stacking packages? I think she knows I am trying, as I work through my break to catch up but everything I do seems to be wrong! I go faster to grab more packages, but I don't mark the labels/write the number on the box I get yelled at. I make sure they are in order with the number written on them, I spend too much time on the trucks. I make stacks since I'm falling behind, I get yelled at. Just wondering if there is any tips or tricks! I'm trying hard, but when the drivers have to help me with my job I feel badly. They have to deliver/unload/decipher my mess, they shouldn't have to load too!